I’m a humanistic counsellor working in Brighton and the surrounding region. I offer one-to-one therapy on a short or long term basis. At the current time I am working entirely online (via Skype, Zoom and other platforms) and by telephone, and I am keen to support people experiencing isolation and loneliness. If you’re not certain what you want from therapy, or you aren’t sure you can afford it, please get in touch with me and we can discuss what I can do for you.
I’ve lived in Brighton and East Sussex for almost ten years, and I did my post-graduate counselling training at the University of Brighton. I’m registered with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), one of the largest professional bodies for therapists and the first to be accredited through the Professional Standards Authority.
If you are looking for counselling for:
- loss, bereavement and grief
- ageing and life transitions
- developmental and childhood trauma
- relationship problems
- body image and disordered eating
- unwanted or ambivalent sexual experiences
Or you have a sense that something’s not right and you need support, get in touch.
Therapy takes place in confidence, and speaking about how you feel and what has happened can help you feel less alone, and give you a space where you can make sense of your experiences. In therapy, there’s the opportunity to learn to respond to things differently, cope with trauma and distress in new ways, and challenge old patterns in relationships that might be holding you back.
There is information here if you want to know more about how therapy works and what to expect, and you can read about my background, training and experience here, which also includes a brief introduction to my theoretical background.
I would love to meet you and discuss how we can work together. To arrange a session, please contact me. We can speak on the phone to discuss your needs and expectations, and arrange the best time and place for us to meet. I am happy to answer any questions you may have about how I work; it’s important to me that you are comfortable and confident about our therapeutic relationship.
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